kGraft - A project by SUSE for Live Patching of the Linux Kernel without rebooting server

kGraft technology developed by SUSE mainly focuses on the live patching of the Linux Kernel particularly for the environments where shutting and rebooting a Linux server is not the preferred option. Consider the environment where 1000 servers are up and running but there comes an immediate bug or security fix to be made in all the servers.

Leveraging open source communication technologies (ICT) by governments of developing countries

Every government, whether developing nation or developed nation, wants to transform and improve its various functions by the use of technology. Embracing new technology enables governments to deliver services across the country in a much efficient and effective manner. It also enhances the satisfaction of the citizens over the government.

Nifi - An open source data traffic software released by NSA in collaboration with Apache software foundation

American National Security Agency (NSA) announced in a press release today that they are, in partnership with Apache software foundation, releasing an open source version of its new tool that automates data flows among multiple computer networks. This tool works efficiently even in situations where data formats and protocols are different among networks. The tool named "Nifi" short for Niagarafiles.

GITEX Connecting ICT Developments in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia

GITEX (Gulf Information Technology Exhibition) Technology Week is one of the most recognized and annually held ICT trade event in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia. It is an annual consumer computer and electronics trade show, exhibition and conference which takes place in Dubai, UAE at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC). The show was launched in 1981 as GITE and later in 1988 changed to GITEX with inclusion of exhibitions along with trade show and conference.

Linux continues to be the number one choice of world's top supercomputers

In Top 500 supercomputer list was compiled in June 1993, Linux was already the top choice of the world's top 500 supercomputers with almost running on 476 out of the top 500 fastest supercomputers in the world. But when 2014 Top 500 supercomputer list is published, it looks like that Linux is completely driving its competitors out of the competition. Linux sets a new high with 485 supercomputers out of the top 500 running Linux in the world now.

WebRTC to power Skype as a web browser application

The Skype and Internet Explorer teams at Microsoft are working on developing the ORTC API for WebRTC. ORTC API will be a key enabler to make Real-Time Communications on the Web. In this connection, Skype has already released beta version of Skype for Web last week. The news at Skype.com says that Skype for Web makes it quicker and easier than ever before to connect with friends, family and colleagues.

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